Directed and Co-Produced by Wes Anderson from a screenplay by Anderson and a story by Anderson and Roman Coppola. “Asteroid City” takes place in a fictional town in the American desert around 1955. The course of a school competition for observing astronomical phenomena (Junior Stargezer Convention), in which school children and parents from all over the country take part, is spectacularly interrupted by events that change the world.
The film of the Texan director (“The Eccentrics Tenenbaum”, “Life Aquatic”, “Moonrise Kingdom: A Kingdom Under the Moon”, “Isle of Dogs”, “The French Chronicle” among others), which competed in the official competition A selection of last Cannes Film Festival presents a cast that includes Jason Schwartzman, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Hanks, Jeffrey Wright, Tilda Swinton, Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Adrien Brody, Liev Schreiber, Hope Davis, Steve Park, Rupert Friend, Maya Hawke, Steve Carell, Matt Dillon, Hong Chau, Willem Dafoe, Margot Robbie, Tony Revolori, Jake Ryan and Jeff Goldblum.
Anderson wows us with his distinctive visual style with carefully crafted scenes and eccentric characters. Through his charming narration and with a nostalgic touch, he invites us to reflect on childhood, curiosity and the importance of human bonds.
The subtitled screening will be from Friday 25th to Tuesday 29th August at 9:30pm. and has a duration of 104 minutes. General admission is $1,200. It is suitable for people aged 13 and over.
“NINJA TURTLES: MUTANT CHAOS”
The suggestion for children is Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem Animated film directed by Jeff Rowe and Kyler Spears.
After years of being protected from the human world, these brothers set out to win the hearts of New Yorkers and be accepted as normal teenagers through heroic deeds. Their new friend April O’Neil will help them take down a mysterious crime syndicate, but they soon try to throw them off balance by unleashing an army of mutants on them.
The broadcast is synchronized, from Friday to Tuesday at 18:15.. The value of the ticket is $1200. It lasts 100 minutes and is suitable for all audiences.
The national premiere of the week is “The Book of Judges” Documentary by Matias Scarvaci.
The Book of Judges examines the world of criminal law through the unique ways in which they practice their profession and practice law. The lives of two first-instance criminal judges in the province of Buenos Aires are presented in the first-person perspective.
It can be seen from Friday to Tuesday at 8:00 p.m.. The ticket price is $400 for general admission and $200 for students and retirees. It is suitable for people aged 13 and over.